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    While it won’t improve your grammar, your colon does play a very important role in how your body uses the food you eat. It’s also a prime target for cancer. The colon (also known as the large intestine) is part of...
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    A mammogram is an x-ray exam of the breast that’s used to detect and evaluate breast changes. There are two types of mammograms, a screening mammogram and a diagnostic mammogram. A baseline screening mammogram is recommended for women who have no problems with their breasts and are recommended...
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    Implants May Lift Them Up Where They Belong… But even if you’ve had a little ‘up keep’ done to your living house (aka: body), mammograms, beginning at age 40, are the best way to make sure that your breast tissue is healthy and...
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    What to expect during an mammogram appointment Checking In: When you get to the mammography office, check in with the receptionist.  In addition to the usual paperwork,  you may be asked to fill out a form seeking information about personal...
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